Morality and Mortality

Actors' Mission presents an evening of one-act plays

Life, death, existence, and everything in between - for everybody, and for specific individuals - are the subjects of the Actors' Mission's 76th production, "Morality and Mortality: an Evening of One-Act Plays."

The evening will have two separate but thematically connected one-act plays, starting with "Everybody" by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and ending with "No Exit" by Jean-Paul Sartre.


"This is not going to be what everybody's expecting, and I kind of enjoy that," Heather Pristash, the director of "Everybody," said of the production.

"Everybody" is a humorous modern adaptation...


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